Space4all : Space For all the Inhabitants of Planet Earth

Day: Sunday 18 September
Time: 18:15 - 19:15 CEST
Location: Room Paris South, Level 3, Hall 7, Paris Convention Centre

Space has long been synonymous with adventure, exploration and discovery. Today we even talk about space tourism and the exploitation of mining resources. All these ambitions if they meet today a reality, are to be compared to what space brings to the everyday life of the earthlings but also to the progress of science.

Without observation satellites, there would be no global warming measurements and therefore no sustainable development policies. Without Galileo, there would be no positioning of vehicles, but also of hikers, trains, and ships entering ports. Without microgravity experiments, there will be no bio-production for gene therapies in the future, nor experiments for a new agriculture. Without a lunar base, there will be no fundamental research on food, energy and oxygen in autonomy.

Space teaches us to live better on planet earth. Our daily life and our future will depend more and more on this scientific and human adventure.

Moderator

Gilles RABIN

Advisor to the President, Centre National d’Etudes Spatiales (CNES)

France

Speakers

Nicolas GAUME

Co-Founder & CEO, Space Cargo Unlimited

France

Conny HANSEL

PhD Student in Urban Design, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and Toulouse School of Architecture (ENSA)

France

François HOUILLER

President and CEO, French Research Institute for Exploitation of the Sea (IFREMER)

France

Rafaela KRAUS

Vice President Entrepreneurship, University of the Bundeswehr Munich

Germany

Stefan MAY

Country Head, Continental

France

Frédéric REVAH

CEO, Genethon

France